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Noun
/ˌintrəˈdəkSHən/,
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introductions, plural;
  1. The bringing of a product, measure, concept, etc., into use or operation for the first time
    • - issues arising from the introduction of new technology
  2. The action of bringing a new plant, animal, or disease to a place
    • - the introduction of muskrats into central Europe
  3. A thing, such as a product, measure, plant, etc., newly brought in
    • - these grains are valuable introductions from Sweden
  4. A formal presentation of one person to another, in which each is told the other's name
    • - he returned to his desk, leaving Michael to make the introductions
    • - a letter of introduction
  5. A thing preliminary to something else
    • - your talk will need an introduction that states clearly what you are talking about and why
  6. An explanatory section at the beginning of a book, report, etc

  7. A preliminary section in a piece of music, often thematically different from the main section

  8. A book or course of study intended to introduce a subject to a person
    • - it is a simple introduction to Euclidean geometry
  9. A person's first experience of a subject or thing
    • - my introduction to drama was through an amateur dramatic society

  1. the act of beginning something new; "they looked forward to the debut of their new product line"
  2. the first section of a communication
  3. presentation: formally making a person known to another or to the public
  4. a basic or elementary instructional text
  5. a new proposal; "they resisted the introduction of impractical alternatives"
  6. insertion: the act of putting one thing into another
  7. Introduction is Alex Parks' debut album, released on 24 November 2003. Recorded and released within only two weeks of Parks winning the BBC's Fame Academy, it included seven original compositions, mostly co-written with songwriters Helen Boulding, Gary Clark and Boo Hewerdine, as well as six ...
  8. Introduction is the second release by American metalcore band Confide, released in August 2006. This is the last album featuring former singer Josh Plesh.
  9. In the House of Lords, certain new members must, before sitting, be ceremonially "introduced", the ceremony being known as Introduction. Introductions in the Lords are more elaborate than introductions in the House of Commons.
  10. In music, the introduction is a passage or section which opens a movement or a separate piece. In popular music this is often called an intro. The introduction establishes melodic, harmonic, and/or rhythmic material related to the main body of a piece .
  11. Introduction is a Swedish rock band based in Stockholm. Often classified as psychedelic rock, Introduction is also influenced by classic rock, progressive rock and indie rock.
  12. Songs of Innocence and Experience, Blake's most popular work, appeared in two phases. In 1789, he published Songs of Innocence; five years later he bound these poems with a set of new poems in a volume titled Songs of Innocence and of Experience Shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul. ...
  13. The act or process of introducing; A means, such as a personal letter, of presenting one person to another; An initial section of a book or article, which introduces the subject material
  14. (introduce) To cause (someone) to be acquainted (with someone else); To make (something or someone) known by formal announcement or recommendation; To add (something) to a system, a mixture, or a container; To bring (something) into practice
  15. (Introductions) Clark, Robert. Introduction. Emma. By Jane Austen. London: Everyman, 1994. i-xlv.
  16. (Introductions) We may enter into agreements for introduction of business to the company. These agreements provide for the remuneration of such persons.
  17. (Introduce) (v) : bring in, inject, familiarize
  18. (Introduce) Orange drink served at start of match
  19. (Introduce) When a new organism is brought to an environment where it did not live before. Introduced species can cause great problems for native species and for people.
  20. (introduce) (v) kiyirirgе, qoşarģa, tanışdırırģa
  21. (introduce) (v): to lead in or into. A famous man needs no introduction, as everyone already knows him.
  22. (introduced) not native to the area; not indigenous.
  23. (Introduced) A species or organism which arrives and establishes as a result of human activities.
  24. (Introduced) A species that is naturally foreign to this region but has been released in the area as an act of man and is now established and reproducing without additional influence by man.
  25. (Introduced) Native somewhere else, but having been brought deliberately by people to the area specified (adjective). Apples, wheat, and domestic cats were introduced to North America.^10